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Career Quest Learning Center - Lansing is ...
Private for-profit
Athletic Division
Athletic Conference
3215 S. Pennsylvania Avenue
Lansing, MI 48910



Net Price
$20,502/ year
Average cost after financial aid for students receiving grant or scholarship aid, as reported by the college.
Net Price by Household Income
  • <$30k
    $21,519/ year
  • $30-48k
    $22,146/ year
  • $49-75k
    $20,782/ year
  • $76-110k
  • $110k+


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I'm rating this part of Career Quest an A grade because they are really good with their students about sticking on topics for each students major. Career Quest programs are expensive, but it's nothing I wasn't expecting at the time. Career Quest has neat classes and educational study groups and on campus tutors available which is great! There aren't a lot of facilities there because it is a small building college. But it's much better than running around like a chicken with its head cut off. Therefore, it is a better school than a university or community college, in my opinion. I feel like one big family there. I have yet to start classes, but from what I hear about my Informational Technology program, it is fun, educational, on topic and it's not too competitive right now. I love knowing that I get to work in an internship and externship one day after I complete my certificate for the IT program.
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I gave an A- grade because this school is better than most schools. I really enjoyed my first tour of the building itself. I like how friendly, cooperative, and educated the staff and teachers are. The Financial aid center and Career Services is very helpful as well and I would recommend people to them anytime because they stick with what they are trying to assist you with and they give more 1-on-1 to each client. Career Quest classrooms are perfect size. I like Career Quest better than a Community College or University due to the fact that they are small, more convenient and organized. I really like the fact that Career Quest is a Trade school because they offer quicker programs than other Trade schools. Career Quest has little meetings for activities and I believe that's a good way to create a fun, exciting and close community for the people going there. Overall, the facilities on campus are not that bad, but I haven't seen if there is a gym that each student can have access to or not. If there is a gym at Career Quest, that is pretty cool and useful for me.
I rate Career Quest's tuition and financial aid process a B- because of the fact that my specific program for IT is very, very expensive. I understand that this is a Vocational school and my program is taught within a 7-9 month period, but does the program itself have to be so much money? I'm in the process of looking for better employment just to pay off their tuition and fees. I am awarded the grant money of $5,645,00 but I know that this money isn't enough. Therefore, it's been a heartache trying to figure out other ways of payment. I'll keep trying no matter what, because I understand that going to school isn't free or easy. Although their career services and financial aid groups are there to help, I still think they should lower the interest rates of paying while in school to a much lower rate to help me financially in general. The education that I will be getting is going to be worth the overall payments I'll be making. This school isn't that bad afterall. It's expensive, but worth the short period of time of being in their school to get a degree or certificate in my future career.